Abbey Library of St. Gall, Switzerland (131 manuscripts online)
Cynscribe(links to everything calligraphic)
Edmonton Calligraphic Society
Graphic Artists' Guild(their Pricing and Ethical Guidelines Handbook has contract samples, and sample quotes for various calligraphy jobs)
IAMPETH - The International Association of Master Penman, Engrossers and Teachers of Handwriting
Saint John's Bible
Society For Calligraphy (see their eBulletin)
Society of Scribes and Illuminators
The Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild (CBBAG)
The Lettering Arts Guild of Red Deer
US/Canadian Guilds & Societies List (updated January 2015)
Kensington Art Supply (show your BVCG membership card for a discount)
Colours Artist Supplies (show your BVCG membership card for a discount)
Swinton's Art Supply (show your BVCG membership card for a discount)
Mona Lisa Artists' Materials
Inglewood Art Supplies
The Paint Spot (Edmonton)
Opus Framing and Art Supplies
Island Blue Print
John Neal, Bookseller
Paper & Ink Arts
Speedball Art Products
Time Frames Custom Picture Framing (Karen Rodrigue) (show your BVCG membership card for a 20% discount)
Nancy Penner Dormer
Thea Lynn Paul
See more members' work in our Gallery.
Letter Works- June 24 to July 1, 2017
The 36th International Lettering Arts Conference will be held at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah. Over four hundred artists, educators, entrepreneurs, historians, authors, students, and hobbyists are expected to be in attendance. For more information or to register visit — http://letterworks.org/
Series in Red Deer - July 10 to August 4, 2017
Series Summer Arts School 2017 takes place July 10 - August 4 at the Red Deer College Campus (Alberta)
Five-day workshops are offered from Monday to Friday each week. To view the schedule and register visit: rdc.ab.ca/continuing-education/summer-rdc/series-summer-arts-school
Spoiler alert: Barbara Close is offering Textured Letters and Italics Revisited. There are several journaling possibilities, Chinese brush painting, stone carving!, mixed media, bookbinding, printmaking. Remember Voltaire “All the arts are brothers; each one is a light to the others” . Don’t have five days to get away? Try the “Taste of Series”—one-day workshops on the weekends.
Spend some time in another century!
If you love history, you have to visit Medievalists.net.
Manuscripts and Palaeography is a good place to start.
If you like to DIY, you can make your own medieval artists’ tools.
Warning: You may lose track of time. Be prepared for a long stay.
I'm not going to mention that you can buy a castle, but you can.
Here's another site: